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"joe rapid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Night to remember the lives of those killed in shootings in Georgia this week and to condemn anti Asian violence. Queens resident Chuck Park says people have to recognize that attacks against Asians didn't just start during the pandemic. My parents have a store right there on Roosevelt 74. They've been there 35 years and I can't tell you how many times they've come home when I was a kid with stories of being held up at gunpoint, knifepoint as they were walking off Six of the shooting victims in Georgia were Asian, raising more fears about racially motivated crime. Many advocates are questioning authorities who have not determined that the incident was a hate crime. Cuomo says he's done talking about sexual harassment. W N. Y. C is Glen Hogan reports? Cuomo says now that the assembly's probe is underway, and he has nothing more to say about any of the allegations of sexual misconduct against him. He declined to answer multiple questions on a call with reporters Let the lawyers Do their job and let them conduct the review. On then we can talk about it. When we have fax established, at least six women have alleged unwanted touching inappropriate comments and demeaning treatment at work. The State Assembly has hired a law firm to help investigate these allegations, as well as the governor's handling of nursing homes during the pandemic. The probe could lay the groundwork for an impeachment trial. The attorney general and the federal government are also investigating. The empty A has been using outside counsel to fight six recent lawsuits over lack of accessibility in the subway. One of the plaintiffs wants to know how much this costs the agency. But w my CI's Stephen Nessen reports. The empty A won't say. Joe Rapid poor of the Brooklyn Center for Independence of the Disabled, is a plaintiff in three of the six lawsuits. He spent countless hours in court opposite lawyers from the firm Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison. Which represents the empty A. Rappaport is dismayed at what he calls delay tactics by the empty his lawyers. So he filed a freedom of information request last June to find out how much the M to has spent fighting these lawsuits. Last month. The empty responded that it couldn't release the numbers because it doesn't track spending in this way. This month, Rappaport filed an appeal. MTH chairman Pat Foy says he'll look into the request but wouldn't commit to releasing the figures. Gray.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"It's it's i don't know it's tough tough top call. How about you yeah. It's a tough call. I mean schindler's list even with It's mostly terry gilliam than has that problem with it but the whole like. Oh it's about success. I feel like sometimes people forget that even though the holocaust was a failure that if we can highlight of the good that came out of it. We're better off office. Humans to be you know we should remember those who died and that we should keep that in our heart but we should also remember those who who survived and now can tell their stories through like organizations like the show or foundation. So i probably would have said no at the time i mean i. I think this could have been a great great great movie And like i said before anything. Kubrick did damned if i wouldn't have bought a ticket to see ads out. Yes louis so like alpha me for that time. Ask and at the time. I wouldn't have been able to see because i would have been a bit listening you to watch bill joe rapid. We know it's such great won best screenplay for tat champion. Joe joe rabbit is on my list. But here's the thing i'm waiting for. Megan who is a Half jewish because of her father Wing for to see it. Because i really think the two should see it together. So i'm holding off. I will you. And i will talk about judging rabbit when it comes as she seems endless or yeah she said i have to say you must have watched for the first time. My sister's strong girl. she doesn't cry. She was clash. And won't what i what. Megan who said to me as she is said to me when it comes time for our son to see that movie your shell. That and i said i have no problem sitting through that movie. It's really tough for me. But let's put it this way worse things done to The mayans and central america by conquistadors. So you know. They were multiple genocides in the world. I guess i shouldn't say that. I mean holocaust was terrible. Terrible terrible night. I pray for anyone. Life is beautiful. That's another one movie funding. Is you talk about the wasn't made out clown all is that his father is a father and trying to change his son while the troops got a gun in his back. And he's you know would say yeah they did say that that Life is beautiful. Had an echo of what Jerry lewis the clown would have been All right so we're down to the top three so here comes the top three so number through this one is a this one's the i think probably the most recent one so much so that it's not in my book actually had to do research for this. This one's called the kidnapping of edward more taro. Now this was based on a book. Called david kurtz kidnapping of edward martin's it was about is a true story about a jewish italian it water mataro who has kidnapped and forced converts to the catholic church and then the Multiple times by the by his mother to try to regain province on him so much so that ended up being a fight with the pope at the time. pope pious the. I don't know the I ex- i don. I don't know. Roman numerals no That's the story his. How would have come down. You had mark rylance portraying the pope. You had oscar isaac portraying Montero and ready for the kicker you have steven spielberg directing it and have tony. Kushner twenty kushner from munich andrews in america and lincoln writing the script. I say i take my money. Take my money do it..

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Gnashing chicken egg rolls veggie eggrolls and cream cheese Reagan so. yeah the crab. Rangoon did not make the pandemic cut. It's not the most popular side item. J b Okay well i'm calling corporate right now. Six two six and it must be crabs. Just expensive is imitation crab. Though isn't it. it will okay. So let's let's take. let's. Yeah i'm i'm not fucking around. I love it spent. But there's been bothering me for days. Twenty twenty one. Joyce be friendly nice. Joe search joe rapid. Where's the grab raghu. Brother can't wait seventy nine. I call the wrong number. Hang on. I'm just i feel like i'm dyslexic with corona buyers. Maybe that's a symptom. They don't know about into first three characters of your name hold on. I'll look for the president operator. President of you should leave a message for him. In order andrew andrew where we hang on. Hang on mr panda rounding electric I would like to issue a complaints country where we can assist length. Thank you thank you for calling this grant. I can okay. I wish i was. Your call may be recorded for quality assurance. I hope it is. I paid him. doing this. remember. It's like most uncomfortable. Clint ever no rush on this. You there I have a general question about the The the restaurant Across the country is specifically the menu. Because i i've been looking to To order some crab rangoon. And i noticed that's not on the menu anymore is that is that going to come back question but now we do. Have a shortage of decipher goals. That baby bright. They have took it up and make you what. What is the shortage of if you don't mind me. Yes crab cream cheese or.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:22 min | 6 months ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"But the second pivot we noticed for movie theaters is that they need cash fast but they can't. Call J. G. Wentworth. Why AMC theaters is letting you rent out an entire movie theater for yourself. Yes for ninety nine dollars no joke ninety, nine bucks you and up to twenty people get to choose the film had the whole sticky theater to yourself sounds incredible. But we suggest you round down the number of people in the air to a covert friendly like five. Boy You're probably just going to stay home. Now we're not fans of wasting any pop and we do love somehow shaking Christopher Nolan Dobie surround sound situation Jack I almost lost an ear during inception Pete Townsend went deaf because he's a Christopher Nolan fat but snacker is if you're staying home to watch Joe Rapid which he should it's a great great Phil Grab A. Tub of Popcorn from your local movie theater and if you WanNa Watch Mad Max fury road and really experience the fury. You can draw ninety nine dollars a booked a place for you and your covert Fam. It's almost lost the second year extra credit to this knacker who sends us a pick of either of those two things happen at robinhood snacks through. Stores. Soon. Daily. Snacks about. Food is can't they don't reflect the views of her family stolen. Recommending any securities it's not a research report or investment advice to offer or sale of security tasks. Next digestive business video. Financial LLC member FINRA SLASH PC. Four our first story, the first big tech giant just got sued for being a big tech giant. Google is the first and facebook Amazon could be next and Jack and are looking at this. This comes after like a year of issuing subpoenas an investigating, and ironically googling on Google all about Google I. Hope they did an incognito browser. Now, a bunch of attorneys general have finally made their Jack that is the best plural and the game attorneys-general doesn't get any better. You Got Geese Yup. HIPPOPOTAMI got attorneys-general. Yes you do and that's why the United States of America and eleven states have teamed up verse. Google LLC. This is the first major government case against in alleged monopoly since Microsoft Yeah Way. Back. In Nineteen Ninety, Yeah Jack the big. Crime against humanity and ninety eight windows. Ninety Eight, nineteen ninety eight great ear for the New York. Yankees it was bad year for Microsoft incorporate now snacker the allegation here is that Google been acting like a monopoly and that's harmed you it's hard. It's harmed your mom it's not fair. Tides have turned though nick against Google do you remember the movie the internship who was adorable so charming great laugh out loud moments but took a while to get into Google's were young Superman and Superman China change the world for the good now Vince Vaughan. Thank boss's boss is getting charged with the top corporate crime, the key distinction of this lawsuit against Google. Being monopoly is legal true and we shouldn't punish companies for their success case in point look it google its products have a fantastic user experience. You're probably on them right now they're free they have tons of complimentary services that works seamlessly together like a Beautiful Philharmonic Orchestra you've got your crawl price you got your phone browser you guy your android thinking in a way that only jacks poetry and that last line could describe your google patents cheese steak. On a computer and the directions pop up on your iphone, it's incredible and the reviews confirmed that it's better than Gino's cheese steaks. Now, snack irs what is illegal is engaging an anticompetitive N. exclusionary practice. That's exactly what the government has accused Google of do. Yeah. We're looking at the numbers here are Chaco Google owns give or take about eighty percent of all Internet search I don't work in the Justice Department now that feels like a monopoly like. To do too much rounding on our one, eighty percent domination of online search isn't illegal in of itself. No. But acting like a monopoly that is what is illegal and here's where Google has crossed the line according to the government they're using their massive size to buy up the competition and to preserve their dominance. I mean look the competition or Google's main search competition. Honestly. Is it's youtube which Google conveniently acquired back in two thousand six moving on exhibit be here. The biggest online ads competition for Google is probably bill maybe doubleclick all areas because Google acquired them in two thousand seven that's in the past but snacks let's look to the future what's going on there? Jack they're still using their massive size to become the default Internet search browser. Everywhere. A device is living google is paying apple billions of dollars to become the default search on iphones and Google already owns all those android to with that kind of dominance no search or online ad competitor startup has a chance of cracking through customer. This is like the Hawks and D. One. So Jack, what's the takeaway for buddies over at Google? Big Tech monopolies are unlike other monopolies because they actually save US money snatchers by Jack this fasting the key thing the government needs to. Prove is that the Google monopoly actually harms you and me now when big chicken cartel collude on price, the harm nick is very clear to you and me we've seen this play out in real life big chicken companies raised prices chicken mcnuggets start costing more Google is free to you and me. So the harm that Google has on consumers is much less obvious. That's why the government's going to have to strategically argue that we suffer from a lack of innovation in online search because of. Google and they're going to argue that businesses suffer from the high price of online ads and let's be honest. Businesses probably can't get discovered by customers without Google's online. After making that case, then the government is going to want some structural changes to come about splitting off youtube or the chrome browser that Google owns into separate company, and then of course, the x factor here is that the election result in a whole new attorney general because politics is driving this thing anyway, this case is. Probably. Going to be in the courts for years epic, but the seal has been broke big tax. Now playing defense against DC four, our second story PNG proctor and gamble just reported their biggest global sales increase in you know fifteen years, their earnings report is a mirror into the shelf behind the mirror in your bats Agassi I jumped into this snacks down the first thing we noticed this thought this was this was too good not to include unlike the first page of their earnings deck. PG or first of themselves as quote unquote constructive disruption bit of Data Uber. Fast. But we're careful not to break in. But if we break anything, we've got products that can clean it up. Proxy clean it up. So we look for procter and gamble's earnings report because it's like stepping into the family home of America let us list off the all-star lineup here. You got tied Pampers Bounty always or ob. On all by PNG, these are all brands owned by procter and gamble and we call it the ASPIRATIONAL boomer, pantry? Jack. This should be like a fantasy league. We can like play with all these household items he got. He got he got well, these are all like thirty points per game. All Stars these are high end brand. Now, the big question that Jack and are asking what we jumped into this thing is so like what does the American home look like seven months into corona virus because P. and G. Basically tells us. In a word, it looks different. It does look a little different. Let's go Should we go section by Section Department by Department Jack Let's kick it off with the beauty department. We're sales proctor and gamble jumped by seven percent compared to last year full disclosure Jack? And I were Kinda shocked because you're not going out you're not putting on as much blush think you'd think but we also have extra hours at home because we're not commuting and we're not doing anything socially with friends. He can do that deep pore cleansing treatment that's. Been in the back of your pants also full disclosure and I have very depor zero k saying there's deep, but they're not wind second department grooming Oral Care Yeah interesting situation here because it was actually flat for the grooming and Oral Care Division One part of it was really up one part of it was really down see-saw turns out America is brushing their teeth bar. They are rock electric toothbrush sales apparently up fifteen percent also full disclosure jack and I brush before, and after the podcast turns out though grooming of your face. And shaving of your face is.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:18 min | 8 months ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"From a WHO to them scale? Where do you go Joe Joe Blow Joe Joe Trader Joe's Joe Joe. Cookies. And Joe Joe Rabbit Fall. I might have just done it for you, but love to hear your take. Thanks French. Got So we have to rank the Joe Joe's. I think you were right Joe, Joe Rabbits. The new was number four four. Is that the ranger rabbits last Georgia Rabbit I'm sorry you. Okay. But like WHO's in the list of Joe Joe Again Boho go Joe Trader Joe's and Joe Rapid. This is not a fair. I'm a niche cookie, a youtube star, and of Eleni icon. weirdly the millennial icon is to me is going to be last like barely above trader Joe's. But trade deals love trader Joe's and they love traderjoes. So what are you gonNA put Josie Wa then Joe Joe Rabbit I'm just saying loved trader Joe's as much as they like Joe the millennial icon. That's true. Go from one to four. I'm probably just going to agree with you to make this easy. Number one is number. One is Josie Wa number two is. Joe Joe Rabbit number three is Joe Joe. Millennials love her and number four is trader Joe's I. You know what? Honestly? That's already wrong. And then this one, this freak me out this call I'm I'm still lost after this call. Halen being Bobby some calling just because I wanted to provide some information that I, thought was interesting So about the to go joe, you kind of talked about how they went on different paths and how Joe Joe the. Singer of too little too late kind of looks at Joko See Wah in a different light and Mike how? Stop would have been. Different Path but I think it's interesting because a Joe Joe the leave presidencies get out there actually was offered role of Hannah Montana I'm pretty sure Disney channel made that show with her in mind and Joko. Turned it down and she didn't want to be down because she didn't want to go down that path and I really think that she did go down that path she would've been super. Joe Go see Africa and Yeah I. think that's really interesting. Anyway. By, well, you know when the execs came to her and offered her Montana you know what she said she's good out. Thank. You you know. You know the other funny thing caller called and told us that the original Hannah Montana was supposed to be Alexis. Texas. I more hand Montana before Hannah Montana, they were considering other names and one was Alexis Texas and then our friends Stephen said Emerald Nevada and that like. To Hell. Nevada is so funny. There are no other good ones, and then also it says in that article that they were GonNa, call her either Zoe your Khloe and what rhymes with that what rhymes with Zoe Khloe. She wouldn't have had a state name. Then, what's the concept? I don't know I don't know. Idaho that's all I could think of unless it's a city Zoe Idaho is actually pretty good. Zoe Idaho is pretty good by guest the question the question that the call the thing that the caller is positing I totally understand, but I will say Look at Miley Cyrus she's actually broken out of the Hannah Montana think pretty effectively I would say miley Cyrus Y-yeah so like that like. Like. Joe Joe go joe would have ended up kind of like more like Boho, maybe in terms of like fame and attention because Miley got a lot of fame and attention from that. But. Miley was able to like go beyond that teen image like though it was probably traumatic and it took a lot but like she did breakthrough and she's now totally. Kind of her own entity although you know there's also an argument that forget somebody made that maybe Hannah Montana been a successful without without Miley Cyrus as its lead maybe go JOE would've been. Whatever but like different Disney shows have different modicum of success in different Disney stars have different variables of success like Hannah's big one mile is a big one. And it's arguable that maybe Hannah Montana was only successful as it was because Miley Cyrus even though she herself was famous billy Ray Cyrus was sort of a draw there like it was like, oh, she's nepotism like she's coming she's from a country family even though ray I wasn't even a tremendous them. He was sort of a one hit one not even your non even like she kind of did but I'm thinking about like Demi Levato and I'm thinking about like other Disney stars that did do break good breakout but then there are some Disney stars they didn't hey. But I do think that Joe Joe go Joe looks at Bo Joe and says Oh God you know like in a way. That's why the interview was. So she sees. If you. If you could sit through it that interviews interesting because you see Joe Looking at Bo seen sliding doors you know like what we? Could have done or what she would have done ten years later in her career she was slightly younger. You know when what a career like hers looks like. Now, I was trying to think of city with a long e-. Since like you have to give a state long you voice Khloe Boise. Doesn't doesn't rhyme. It's not it's not the it's not the exact rhyme. Zoe Boise. It's harder than you think to do the name running with the state. Think I mean send us some of them but like it's hard when someone came up with Hannah Montana they probably like left work for the day they were like, Oh, my God it's Up On. What's the opposite of I am laws like play I am lost backwards and that's how that person felt..

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily Tech headlines Tuesday February eleventh twenty twenty. I'm Sarah Lane the director of engineering at Google Google's everyday robots Max Braun unveiled a prototype e ink newspaper display called paper the buzzer lists thirty one point two inch black and white display downloads. A newspaper's the front page overnight. And then displays it on the screen. Peoper doesn't have any buttons or other ways to interact with the device a US district judge has ruled in favor of sprints grants twenty six billion dollar deal to merge with T. mobile which now only needs the California public utilities commissions approval to go forward attorneys general from a dozen states sought it to buck the deal arguing that combining number three and number four. US carriers would stifle competition and create higher prices for consumers. The company said that the merger would help them compete against. At and T. and verizon and building nationwide five G. Network more quickly a new Nielsen study shows that in the last three months of two thousand. Nineteen netflix accounted for thirty one percent of streaming two. TV's youtube second. With twenty one percent Hulu came in third with twelve percent and Amazon took eight percent other free and ad-supported offerings including offerings from Apple and Disney took a twenty eight percent chunk of Viewership Nielsen. Also reported that of overall. US video viewing on TV's streaming now mix up nineteen percent axios sources say. That snapchat is launching. New Tools and custom content are run mental health and wellness including a search function that surfaces health and wellness resources sources on subjects like depression suicide and anxiety. An example would be if a user typed the word anxiety into the search the snap series chill pill would surface along with episodes of other shows that show anxiety relieving videos snap is also said to be developing more original programming covering mental health issues in a constructive way the the group behind the big M. L. machine learning platform us some deep neural networks trained on factors that were considered best predictors of an Oscar winner. They used things like a film synopsis. US Other Award Show Nominations Film Festival prizes and more of the categories. Ed May predictions for it. Got Five right going against oddsmakers choices. Nine hundred seventeen seventeen and predicted. Once upon a time in Hollywood would win best picture. Those were not right. Parasite won the algorithm also predicted that the Irishman would win best adapted screenplay while all the oddsmakers favored Joe. Joe Rapid The oddsmakers one that one as well the algorithm also got best director. Wrong apple has joined the fast identity online or fido reliance which seeks to develop and promote stronger authentication standards than passwords other members include Amazon facebook Microsoft and Simpson was support for the alliance's universal universal. Second factor open standard chrome fire Fox edge and opera browsers all natively support Youtube F. and thirteen point. Three Safari also supports Fido to to complaint physical security keys like you key the Washington Post and German public broadcaster. ZDF OBTAIN CIA documents that say Swiss encryption firm Crypto A. G. was secretly formerly owned by the CIA and a classified partnership with West German intelligence and sold rigged devices to foreign governments to spy on messages messages that users thought were encrypted clients included Iran India Pakistan Iraq Nigeria Saudi Arabia Syria and the Vatican Swiss is info reports that the Swiss government has officially opened an investigation into Crypto A. G. and at the general export license for Crypto devices has been suspended until open questions have been clarified. Clarified Microsoft announced that based on feedback. It's reversing its plan to auto install and Microsoft search extension for office three six five pro plus customers using chrome which would have changed users. Default search engines to being Microsoft originally said that this would help customers use Microsoft search and being Internet search capability which requires being to be the default. Finally the Federal Trade Commission has requested information from Alphabet Amazon Apple facebook and Microsoft about mergers that were too small Malta. Report to anti-trust agencies the companies are asked to provide terms scope structure and purpose for each transaction made between January first twenty ten and December thirty first one thousand nine hundred nineteen the also asked to provide details on post acquisition integration product development and pricing as well as how data was treated the. FTC says. The request was part of the study of the issue of companies buying potential.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Should have won five Oscars by now. The guys great did a whole podcast about earlier this year. One of my favorite podcasts. We've done I could talk about movies all day long. I grew all of this. And it's the academy and this is the time to pack back. Do you think he should have won for twelve monkeys. He should one for fight club. That's the thing he should have won for. moneyball both are true. Let's go to supporting actress. The nominees for supporting actress or Kathy Bates for Richard Jewel. Do you remember Richard Jewel. I do okay. Laura dern for marriage story Scarlett Johansson for Joe Rabbit Florence Pugh for Little Women Margot Robbie for bombshell Laura Dern will win this award why we worked so hard to make this a decent podcasts. We got to the finish. Line our our just arguing about yesterday and like how much padding that everyone should wear while watching the Oscars. Well that's all we've got at this point now. We're just going to sit here and talk about who I think. Actually one of the unfortunate effects of the flattening of the Oscars is we come to take cool stuff for granted. Laura dern and Brad Pitt winning supporting acting in a Ah Oscars is a cool thing and for once upon a time in Hollywood and marriage story to movies. We'd love yes it's A. It's a pretty great cool thing and we've completely taken it for granted because we've talked it out And we've seen these people give a lot of speeches and there's nothing novel about it whatsoever. Yeah I wonder if there are teenagers out there like you and I were teenagers. Once upon a time. Watching the telecast and kind of getting excited about somebody that we think is cool winning an award if there is a little bit of like. I actually really liked Laura dern and I think this is neat and they don't feel overexposed but if you're looking in it the results of the Gotham awards and the results of the independent spirit awards and the results of the critics choice awards and using the same people up at time after time saying the same variations on a theme like is everyone has over exposed to this stuff as we are. I guess is my question. No and let me also say for the record I like Laura dern and I think this is neat the problem is not with Laura dern winning this Oscar. It's that we know what's going to happen. which is boring because you invest too much time in this and also because also so we make a podcast about it and because it would be really nice if award season could be a way of celebrating a lot of different movies before we got to these conclusions? And I think it's just it hasn't been a bummer that Laura dern has won every single award but it's been a bummer that no one one else has won any awards that's that's ultimately that's the smartest way to put it the way you described it. There's no there's no drama We don't have any expectation of anything else happening and that's actually bad version of it and it doesn't undermine the win historically no one's GonNa even remember. I don't think anybody's remember like Oh lord and wanted to walk that sucked. Roll the Oscar prognosticators gators. That's bullshit nobody cares about that but it doesn't. It does kind of remove some of the intrigue around the the telecast and it's important for the TV show as you've put it to be good entertaining and surprising to people to give them something that they were not expecting to see. Yeah that is the essence of drama uh-huh and just kind of feels like they're gonNA fail. You sounded like you were just doing intro for the shooting. Joe Rapid Bradley Cooper what is the essence of drama. I should lose my voice every week week. Best actress what's going on in this category man. I Dunno okay. Here are the nominees. Cynthia Rio Harriet Scarlett Johansson Marriage Story Social Road and little women. I'm in Charlie's therein bombshell Renee Zellweger. Judy Renee Zellweger as well. We'll see come to surprise. No one you know. Listening to our house was Morrison. Our our boss. Bill Simmons Talk About the Oscars bill show and Bill said the same thing that we've been saying for the last few months. which is I like a straight up? Just don't get this like ads. Don't get it She's already one and while this movie is good there and she's good. I'm going to the movies even movies. Okay and she's good in the film. There are thousands thousands of great film performances onscreen every year. Why this is the one that we all decided? Someone deserve a second Oscar for I. I will never understand it. I think this is this actually more so then the anxiety that we're talking about. During the no drama this actually is literally the problem with the Oscars the consensus building. That happens early on around something. That is fine that most most people haven't seen that is like Kinda meaningless will be forgotten very soon and will actually not mark the history of film past. It'll just be an industry award and that's it and also that we know that the entire time that is happening and we're still going along with it you know. There is there a lot of comparisons to be made to the wife last year which we identified fight and made a joke of pretty early on season because no one had seen it. Everyone was like Glenn Close is GonNa Win for the wife and ultimately she did not and that was a big surprise. There isn't a spoiler are here and this category and so even that self consciousness of why are we doing. This is scan is not going to pay off anything. She's just GonNa win. I agree now. I trade eighty emails with a handful of equally psychotic Oscar. History friends and both of my Oscar. History friends have both said for whatever reason I think if there is a really really wacky surprise coming in the major categories. This is actually the place where you're going to see it. Yes because it feels so chuck you know the chalk has been completely like melted melted into the ground. It's been it's been laid out so clearly for so long I don't I don't know I think that would be the kind of fizzy pop. Op that we need in telecast. There's literally no evidence that this is the case. It's just a feel thing that they're saying like something just doesn't seem right. The way that this calcified so early it just seems off Chur but there hasn't been a break in it at least last year which is a very similar situation. Except Glenn Close. God bless her had not won an Oscar. You you and bring you had Coleman in comedy at the Golden Globes and yes so there there were indications there is. There's nothing here you're right there. Uh I don't think that Cynthia revolts. Carl Hansen ruining or Charlene. Darren have won anything at any of the other award shows. So we'll just have to wait and see best actor one of the most competitive categories that we've seen in recent years there probably were fifteen people who are up for this this category. But there's probably only one person who ever ever had a chance to win it. The nominees are Antonio Banderas for painting. Glory Leonardo Dicaprio for once upon a time in Hollywood Adam driver for marriage story Joaquin Phoenix for joker and Jonathan price for the two popes. I have my friend Joaquin Phoenix. I also have Joaquin Phoenix so everything we just said about Zoeggeler but for prison who hasn't won named Joaquin. I think applies applies here. He's won everything. Yes there's no. One has stood in his path with a once upon a time. I thought Adam driver was going to go toe with him in a very exciting Oscar Mason. That is simply not the case. Yeah I don't know what they do about this. I don't know how they resolve the inevitability factor. We've talked about it a few times. In the past few months I do think it is arguably the single biggest issue that the Oscars Oscar faces in his long-term future in fact that everything just feels settled and particularly in the acting categories because a lot of people may not have seen all movies but they know who some of the people nominated are and they will tune in Leonardo DiCaprio. They noted that name they know who Kylo Ren says if they don't know who Adam driver is and for. They're not even to be a reason for people to invest in the really famous people who are nominated for Oscars is madness. I agree and I think a lot of Oscar history a lot of its Oscars kind of pop. Cultural History is built on sally fields. You really like me. Speech or Murtha Toe may a shockingly winning from my cousin vinny those are the kinds of moments that the show needs and because of the large number of award shows that happened ahead of time and the ink intense coverage of those award shows that used to be disorder ignored like nobody gave a damn what happened at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival five years ago. Go certainly the people that cover this stuff closely do but that industry has gotten bigger and bigger and our ability to find that information has gotten easier and easier and so because of that the the information loop has gotten tighter and tighter and more obvious and the consensus building has happened more quickly. And it's it's frustrating. I mean I I said on the once upon the time watchable that I think once upon time is Leo's best performance. Like I think it's his funniest his weirdest most vulnerable. I think he's kind of doing the most then then. He hasn't in years even more than the revenue in a completely different kind of way and like we never even had one conversation. I now it's a sham. I think it's the second best performance after the quail eighteen and woefully credible. I have said many times but it is certainly the most memorable Leo performance to me the most I instantly. Oh it's leaner caprio kind of reaching the heights of himself while also being a standalone performance. I think there's an interesting division between the first half of his career. The kind of Romeo and Juliet. Titanic Leo and what he means to generation of people there and then the second half which is you know in the middle. He had the catch me if you can the aviators. And he's sort of building up his credibility as a serious actor the last ten years or so. He's been having a lot more fun. Django unchained Wolf of Wall Street. This movie the revenue looked really hard to make enough fun but it was a kind of an adventure. He's taking on a different kind of tacked in the film film roles that he's taken on. I love that about him. But we just don't care because he won already Antonio Samaras will he ever be nominated again. He ran on magnificent campaign. He seems like a wonderful guy Great and everything. He's and even if he's playing total ham like he wasn't doolittle and but he's he's he's pretty he's a little. He was pretty good. He's trying his best. Always gotta see him. You're always glad to see him. And he's very painting. Glory in a very different kind of performance didn't matter Jonathan within price. Same thing I mean. He's great and everything that he's in the two popes okay. It's pretty good It never had a chance here. Yeah he seemed I'm like he could have been interchangeable with any number of different people. Eddie Murphy Robert Deniro. Adam Sandler could've swapped in a whole bunch of different people into this category. It's been walking in the hallway. You don't mind no I. Everything apply that I said about the predictability and wanting to see other people honored and kind of bring audiences in still applies. I I will say and really everyone knows how I feel about this movie but this is a memorable performance. I at least understand why this performance formats is in the conversation and I sort of understand why the Renee Zellweger Judy Garland is in the conversation. But it's just 'cause she's doing Judy Garland impersonation and the Oscars like I think it was Roger Sherman on the hottest take who said it best. which is we should just have a best impersonating someone category at the Oscars but Joaquin at at least it? That was unique. It was unique. I think he's given a good performance here. I think it's in the top eighteen of performances. He's he's given which is classically Oscars But we knew we knew months ago Oscar. Id Actors flipped for his work and it was. It was over in in November. Let's go the best director okay. Two categories left. Martin Scorsese for.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"If the actors were eager your to move onto the next thing watching. It feels extending carefully drinking a glass of room temperature water for two and a half hours at goes down smooth and you'll leave the theater feeling full. Oh but you'll be left with a hunger for something with a hint of flavor and hours later you'll struggle muggy to remember just what it was the Gupta in the first place I'm giving four versus for two and a half maple leaves. It's a good sports movie but I do think for movie about cars and guys going against the edge. It does play it safe. The next one we're going to talk about is beautiful day in the neighborhood to go back. Bhakta unglamorous review. Hank snails Fred Rogers so delicate. It's peculiar speaking style. The folksy sing song that can almost be drawl the way the words come out slowly enough to make him CELICA Aleka Benevolent hypnotist. He really is the best part of that film. There's a reason why Tom. Hanks is viewed as one of the great actors of our time and certainly in the more lovable guys. He's the key of the. It's not a straight ahead mister. Rogers Bio pic the two time Oscar portrays Mr Rogers. But it's a timely story of kindness triumphing over cynicism based on the true story of a real life friendship chip between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Gino after jaded magazine writer winner. Matthew Rees is a sign of file Fred Rogers. He overcomes his skepticism. Learning thing about empathy kindness and decency from America's most beloved neighbors. So I wasn't crazy about that strength. Though it's different rather have seen a mister rogers actress bio-pic and find out what makes this guy tick. What was his beginnings like his child? His own child. What's it like for Mr Rogers when he was a kid? That's why would love to know the hinted the fact Mr Rogers. I had some strained relationships with his own. Sons led to low more about that. If the focus was on that but instead Marielle Heller. WHO's the director of really good director of? Can you ever forgive me which is really could move last year. They take this tack of using another character who offers a window into the soul of Mister Rogers. So it's not my favorite conceit. It's like telling pulling the story of black oppression and slavery and racism by using Willem Dafoe and Gene Hackman in Mississippi burning. It's like telling the story of the Holocaust about the Jews by telling the story through Ostrich Schindler the German guy who is exploiting them eventually as a second change of heart so I like it better when the story told from the characters right twelve years as a slave. He's the main character in this case using another guy's an entry point to that character so it's not my ideal method having said that Hank's is fantastic. Because he's not doing an imitation if his voice Mr Rogers but he nails a cadence of his voice and the fact that he was always searching for empathy and the essential goodness witness and kindness of this guy. You know that very slow deliberate delivery but it felt like Mister Rogers always unhurried pace whether speaking or looking at you he would affect you at that gays and that he was so sincere and genuine and one of the most interesting parts of the movie is when his wife. Marianne Plunkett is telling the writer. Lloyd Vogel that you know. He's not perfect but he has a temper but he deals with it by swimming every day. He plays the piano. You know. He finds outlets for his anger. And you can imagine Mr Rogers ever being angry you know. He's human like all of us but he really believes you know. He was a devout Christian. He believed that a big part of scripture was to be good to people to help others and the opening is great. You know they actually do the whole opening to Mister Rogers neighborhood Tom. Hanks just some more of the talk shows. Should it took twenty seven takes. He told Jimmy Kimmel unbelievable because he said one of the tricks. Is that Mister Rogers. Shoes were a little bit the bigger than his feet. So it's very easy to slip off so for Hank's because you know you're gonNA walk in Hangup Jacket. Put the Red Cardigan on. Go down. Put Take off the dress. Shoes running shoes toddlers up. He was twenty twenty seven takes. Its why could just ever be an actor. Goes had that kind of patience to do it. recess fine in the lead role. You know he's playing one of these writers again. You could see it coming a mile all away. He does not want every Mister Rogers. He doesn't care about this guy thinks he's boring. Christine Lahti always a welcome presence. She tells him to do a story about Mister Rogers. Four hundred awards. And that's it. And he's used to more provocative stories more cynical stuff that you can really dig his teeth into so when he meets Mr Rogers. Talk to this guy. And he doesn't like the fact that Mr Rajasa kind of turned the the tables on him he can quickly find it the fact that Lloyd has a real issue with his father and his team which is really tough to believe he actually punches dad at a wedding. The data's played by the always Terrific Academy Academy Award winner Chris Cooper and so the really the hardest movie is about the strange relationship between father and son and that has a predictable ending but hanks's performance in his role in trying to get these two similar themselves is really wonderful act. I think he's GonNa get nominee for best. Supporting actor might even win. He has been a longtime either. You're and I really thought it was a wonderful performance and it is true. You think of Hollywood's nicest actor wholesome and kindness recovery easily. But I think it's deceptive. What he's able to do with the story in some ways it's easier to be a tough guy? Beaten people op are being a really rage. Felt character in some ways it's harder to portray essential goodness but banking Z.. Wasn't Schindler's list. It's very hard to play that. But Hanks's is wonderful at doing it. There is a real knocked. The documentary won't you be my neighbor The ending of that documentary was perfect. Perfect or the the the narrator says okay think for a minute about someone who's been very close to. Who's impacting your life? What they've done for you? It's great. They replicated the movie. I didn't think it was nearly as successful successful the movies it was in the documentary. But I think both are successful. Relatively speaking I'll give a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Three Maple leafs overall like I said primarily early Franks's performance and the fact that transmit different here like. I said you're trying to tell the story of sweetness with all that's going on in the world right now at the productions Zsigmond very good showing the Mr Rodgers behind the scenes neighborhood as well. I would like more about the person himself before. We're going to Joe Rapid. Joe Have you seen either of four Ferrari or beautiful dominate. But Ernie thoughts will I take breath. I have not seen Ford versus Ferrari but I was curious about beautiful day in the neighborhood and you kind of answered my question with Tom. Hanks and whether he thinks he would get nomination nation or not but it seems like this is kind of in the same vein as you review for Judy where performance based go. See it for this actor but the rest of the movie movie isn't all the way there. Is that a fair assessment. I think absolutely. He's the best reason to watch the movie and again you go to the movies. Why for movie stars more than anything and yeah? I would agree with that much like for Judy. Judy you're watching it for Renee Zellweger for Beautiful Day in the neighborhood. You're watching it for Tom. Hanks I do think he should get nominated. And it hasn't been nominal got snuffed for Captain Phillips which is a great performance. I was shocked with you. Didn't get nominated. It's actually been a longtime coming there for Hank's who is a two Time Academy Award winner last movie to discuss before we get to some more entertainment news. That is Joe Joe Rabbit which is a movie that won the Audience Award at the Toronto Film Festival. That's a real bellwether for the Oscars if you win the audience award which the Kuban Best Picture at tiff in Toronto. Now that pretty which means you're getting a best picture nomination and a good chance of winning the best picture. Oscar Look Green Book a season ago that won the Audience Award tiff and also a film. Like the king's speech also on the board then won best picture so Joe Girardi pretty good chance to get nominated for best picture. What's it all about a lonely German boy who discovers that a single mothers mothers hiding a Jewish girl in their attic? Aided only buys imaginary friend Adolf Hitler. That's right Joe. Joe Must Confront his blind nationalism as world war continues to rage on. It's a really creative and inventive story. Sweet coming of age story it stars Roman Griffin Davis. Here is Joe Joe and you watch them. You guys really sweet boy. Very precocious is one issue issue. He's a Nazi he wants to be. A Nazi is blindly loyal to this. And this follows in the tradition of Mel Brooke's clearly poking fun at the Third Reich with springtime ringtone. For Hitler in the producers you look at obviously Roberto Baena wonderful film. Life is beautiful which I love which won the best foreign film but even that film you know when you watch it. I think it's powerful are full but you could see critics of it saying that. It's too sentimental a little bit too sweet and I could see that Chris of Joe Joe Rabbit as well at times. It enters a little bit too close to sentimentality but overall I liked it a lot. I thought TYCO at t really didn't excellent job. He's the CO writer. So I think he's got a good chance of defecating nominate because the script itself is so creative and inventive also directed it and he plays L. Fittler. He plays them for laughs. Obviously he's very kind of a broad impression of Hitler. What time does have a dark side but I thought the kid performance? This is really good. Not only Roman Griffin Davis. Thomas Mackenzie she plays Elsa of the Jews hiding and I think Scarlett Johansson is really good as well. She's Rosie. Who is Joe Joe's mom I think thinks she's a good chance? She's going to get nominated for best actress for marriage story. That's an absolute locks. You might actually win but I think she could also get known for supporting actress very rare. That happens Pacino. In Ninety two got nominee for best actor percent of women and also got over supporting actor for Glengarry Glen Ross but scars really good in the movie. She's very sweet. She is not in tune with her sons Nazism. She has some other thoughts when it comes to politics but she loves her son so much. He's obviously they're from very doting on him as well and I really am Rockwell. He is a previous Academy Award winner for three billboards. That's ebbing Missouri. He plays captain cleansing. Dorf he's a Nazi who also is not what you expect. Stephen Merchant shows up. He's really funny is dirty. Always says that oddball. We'll look at his face. You Know Ricky Jay races work you know him so I would recommend Gioja Robert..

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"joe rapid" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I don't want to take credit for match worth. It's just that website but mad gave you four tangible touchable data points to blow away this ridiculous assertion that Somehow Obama Obama handed trump this booming economy now in case you need more evidence Matt indicates something I've said on the show repeatedly and anyone with a you know a brain can figure out Obama's first president since the Great Depression to you never see a single year three percents economic growth in any year of his presidency. It only took trump until his second year in office to achieve three percent growth and consumer come sooner had his tax cuts in past until the end of his first year in office Obama how many years of Obama three percent E. Y.. By the way why does that three percent growth number matter folks three percent G._D._p.. Growth growth in our economy gross domestic domestic problem is the historical average of the United States throughout our history. Have People Surpass G._D._p.. Three percent yes some of the Clinton years we did. In Reagan years we passed it doubled it one year nineteen eighty-four. I believe it was six percent percent something we doubled in the hard that is due in an advanced economy. Now who is the only president in modern American history to never reach the average in two terms by the way trump's only been in there for two years. Who's the only one never should to have exactly zero a goose egg zero years of three three percent G._D._p.? Growth Oh Baba the only one trump two years in office bang hits three percent the G._D._p.. Now one final thing outdoor when it's not in masterpiece but I always liked to throw out there is yes. The Obama Administration during that jobs were created. No thanks to Obama by the way because the American economy recovers from recessions no matter who's in office. That's the only reason the economy grew at all under Obama Obama gets zero credit for me but ladies gentlemen the jobs were created under the Obama years and the reason you felt like the economy stunk was because they did as acknowledged by the way my colleague at Fox Donna Brazile who's emails were hacked into. She emailed John Podesta daily caller piece Donna Brazile slams Obama economy. They are low wage jobs carry picket October twenty two thousand sixteen. Here's the email it. She says this Enron email documents any amount and no one should steal anybody's emails by really put this out there but this is Donna brazile email to John Podesta quote. I think people are more in despair despair about how things are yes. There are new jobs but they're low wage jobs. Housing is a huge issue. Most people pay half of what they make to read. This is in my email. This was Donna Brazile Edited D._N._C.. emailing John Podesta Hillary Clinton's right Dan guy about how yeah they're creating jobs are crab jobs is on my email. It's hers. The Democrats knew the Obama economy was crap yet. Jobs were being created but they were garbage herbage jobs. They weren't full-time jobs. You can feed your family on. They acknowledged that not me again having said that any cool hack and people's emails I wouldn't you know it's still a crime to do that but that's out there. It's in the public public domain. We can't ignore it. Hey Paula can we go back at immigration story. I missed or am I gonNA mess up your old show okay. I'm sorry at the end of the immigration. I forgot to bring this up. I just want to throw this in there to more breaking news this week and I'll have this story up at the show the Daily Mail just in case. You think we're losing doing this little bit out of order but it's important I get you the news. I don't WanNa miss this. The Daily Mail's reporting. We're doing DNA testing at the border Joe Rapid D._N._A.. Testing now and you know the Democrats. I don't WanNa fix the problem at all our we're separating kids from their families in the third of the cases. No you're not a third of the D._N._A.. Checks at the border. These are not their family members which means kids will be traffic at the border nearly a third third time thirty percent of the Rapid D._N._A.. Tests show. These aren't their kids.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"For me and you to be bold directors together and throw something together. So, hey, but I gotta roll appreciate the time. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks as always fear. There has Billy Lucci techs, eggs dot com. They do some great work him and gay Bach over there. Fantastic. What they do quick ommercial break more. Your phone calls when we return eight, five, five, two, four, two. Paul Peter burns in for both listening to Paul finebaum. Show podcast. Paul finebaum show Peter burns in for Paul finebaum just ask the right now about how good Miami, how easy Miami scheduled is in twenty teen after LSU. It's unbelievable. I called every single SEC coach right now as a coach. I got a proposition for you. Do you wanna trade your schedule for Miami schedule? Every single one before I can even hang up the phone, that'd be deal done done. They'll take it must be nice. ACC team sometimes red bay Bama Joe. They should join. Peter burns what's up. Good afternoon Vader you doing today? Man, I'm living the good life, sir. How are you sir? Are you? I'm doing. I'm doing. All right. That's good to get to talk to your give. Indeed do a man is everything family? Okay. You hanging in there? It's a well. You know it is talking about, you know, sir. I do. Jeez, asked me to keep it out of, but now it's it's gotten worse and but you know, she's going to go to Birmingham. Next Monday to surgeon. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Joe, we, like you said, I know you call to get away from real life, and that's why we always want you in here we open you. Are we invited with open arms here when you get away to kind of have some fun here on the show while operate j I by the way. How would you say having a bigger year this year allburn or LSU? I still go with Auburn, heck I it'd be close for me to pick Auburn in the west, a win it back to back years if they didn't have. You know, if if the schedule was flipped and this was a year, they went down to Tuscaloosa. My question with Gus malzahn squad is I don't know how good that offense of line is going to be. They lose a lot, and I think that's, that's what Gus malzahn worried about what the Tigers this year is that is Jared cinnamon going to have enough time to be able to throw it because I know LSU's defense is going to be pretty good, Mississippi State front seven is going to be good. And of course Alabama's front. Seven always is. Okay. Well, this next couple of questions God for yawn go for it, sir. And Joe. What's up Joe rapid fire. I hear you've been making scares you day and on the Larry rich. Game, no excuses. Joe just fax it was who won that game by the way on the golf match rich and Larry took down Dan and I in an eighteen hole under protests under protest. Match-play I will give Larry. I will give Larry credit for one thing because I know he's upset about this whole situation is that he did sink a match winning putt on the seventeenth, the gamer. You can't take that away from him after allegedly finding his ball in the woods, hey, it happens. I figure excuse necks. Don't be a big player. So they. Young. Hey, Joe, we got a row row, quick man up against the break. I just wanna let you know everybody in the finebaum family man. We were thinking about you. Okay. Thank you, man. Love everyone loves right. There are good buddy. Jo in red bay thoughts and prayers always, hey, man, we want everybody to be. You know, we joke around, we talk a lot of trash about the ACC in Michigan and other teams. What I will say is that we all love each other, the same. So thoughts and prayers over there with Joe and red bay. We'll take more your phone calls coming up. Next Peter burns and for Paul finebaum on the Paul finebaum show..

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Baby baby i'll see your nash it was like oh my god that's so terrible yeah it is and i go into a club and people's jonah's and dick's get ripped up like oh my god what is going on here i must watch it this more but also happen to include something that i thoroughly enjoy an anime that was one of my favorite things about cowboy bebop things like you hawker show things like full metal brotherhood thing another one too like i'm leaving out condo and make sure i'm saying right do do do rura tarare yeah yeah intro is is super like it gets you into the sort of contemporary feeling yes and those and those are all animates either do with full usually deal more about orchestral stuff but with the dura kinda and also cowboy bebop oh and i forgot m i shampoo they do with things like jazz and hip hop and that was something i've thoroughly enjoyed in and double man crybaby deuce after i watched the first episode of this is one of my favorite sayings anime ever that yet today eat a whack miss you did i take home tool kit so i was like joe rapid in this i don't know what they say in besides the subtitle but it goes in dope i was like oh my god like this is cool and then he does that every episode because it's a new different like in the one that got me was there's one episode i don't know if you've got to episode where he's just talking and then it goes into like.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The constitution and rewriting the constitution he wants it rewritten such the he is the imperial dictator of venezuela now argentina colombia peru panama and the united states it they would not recognize sunday's vote ten people will kill yesterday the country is in total chaos and the only thing that we only leverage that we have as a country is additional sanctions which is to deny getting or from venezuela which is it's only natural asset that sad see i continue to remind you about venezuela folks because that's what happens over time if you take power away from the people and put it in the hands of beer friends will not at the point where we have the chaos of the venezuelan put little by little little by little people in this country but trant to steal government of the people government by the people and government for the vote we're not gonna let it slip away on our watch eight seven seven three one zero a one hundred you listen to herman cane joe rapid fire coming up there is hope but merrick here's richard li with another story of america's face the journal of america is not democracy our system of government is technically a federal constitutional republic this means that each state and the republic governs itself having their own individual constitution all fifty states acknowledge god or a higher power somewhere in their text for example in massachusetts preamble their constitution it acknowledges quote with grateful hearts the goodness of the great legislator of the universe and affording us in the course of his providence and upper generally and devoutly imploring his direction and quote praise be to god stories of america's faith has been sponsored by carry full this is atlanta's 24hour news weather and.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"To go to at times when the foundation yeah yeah yeah it's not the football i'm and the the only reason why should beta bathurst because the alumni come to play and yes because he's got some kind of deal with the college here i don't know what's going on but it sounds kind of hit him eight wool there's just they learn a tough lesson on that one i would have to say because you can't campaign and throw round the word transparency in that all of a sudden the story comes out way that wire using that money yeah yeah we'll see this is what she gar she just and that gets calder cup whatever she is going wrong and it i would at the game i kinda why he i hear you june i i think this was an invention maybe this came from the innovative chief yeah it when they he said the throw out free to assurance even sticks to the wall it's not sticking and another thing when she was so it's a company it's not different with the red that have to hump so when two of fun race i wonder won't that was one it well in they've also learned a tough lesson on you better announce every time you're going on the public doled gets the right if you have a private fundraiser certainty that that has come forward much more so for this governor then yeah i don't remember governor cheffy ever getting joe rapid eye they you know well like that's the word that i think is is is could become a joke here thanks june i appreciate me about their four three eight.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

"With the with your win it cardinals turned for it was but it was down to the average the pedro as a ways back to the start that is liven really won't be to battle for the mark topkin sleep at the wide to take it back to the turnover one trevor morris how does awful wallace now down eichel again nothing between that was already you know here we know which normally indicates the time when right exploded is he went to the wall and as you say stewart stop it's kind of the road there will be no costa nascar officials will record of it hadn't a bit we got that right removing there is a lot of room to get around trevor boys current somewhat have been the conversation on the nascar officials radio is such that if they dropped the caution everybody would roster that that likely have a bigger mess that may have right now it's trevor boys car is the race track why decision leave the field on your green and we'll stay racing here it looks world marte as a leader you have two point six seconds over joe rodman right now is he worked out of a little better them straight away back to the third spot while the al's will ride ricky run was on the fourth out of owners at the heart of really getting it done has that with a special every year running well the other day not only did you feel like you have to be both of atlanta are just about seven or eight other carson of suddenly got together on short right yesterday cb running the best on the field lasted about that around layout running good you know i'm not they need me you know they big gap you know anything different it means one atlanta at their wow again right and indycar we have a good day you know with a right now that he goes of the he over the week coming up on back they already have we don't have one hundred last march the battle provide spot just decided in favor of billing elliott has worked underneath the people on ultimately all terry labonte there are twelve cars on the leave lap at one hundred lapse is the race leader watch of his second body allison right check that joe rapid is now the second place car walter is third body hours of is a fourth place machine ricky right at first for the field.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

"Holding on that possession it's a freight train on back behind him as the drivers that made those last lap it's dobs under caution were trying to find your way back to the run of the field and they include patty and yarbrough on the tail and a that spring training not that now time to hold off buddy if they sweep into those turn to better than one hundred sixty miles with honestly pressuring at the backside right now lifted and flied with that on it he wanted out affiliates the guards out front trying to thwarted out the ducks on the road many players taken over the back of watch from route but you know what you're not allowed automobile ricky role he'll vonage brings an back to the line of the looks in that rear view mirror he sees a bunch of drivers are coming after that number one position to leading bennie parsons in joe run he told us yesterday that you can make up a lot of this did some speed on this race track if you're willing to risk a little bit in the corners and drive the car awfully hard they're gonna drive where you can get on the with a short that's right away from that they turned my we have if you really hall who ignore you make of them sometimes you're in a thorn of is going to go edge managed the you're gon go that this but atlanta you can also of our remnant corner to pick up a little bit of hamilton before the better hustle because the field is coming after him years neal bottom back to the stripe again to put another lap on the board to sixty four complete of the three twenty eight that make up the distance right now the analysts but belied between the leader in the rest of the field back in turn to joe rapid is there like a pesky i thought behind bennett plan they shouldn't get est like they are closing in on the all time the back to where you talk about strategy you talk about handling into the end of the bargain always comes down with three point you got eight i've got their leading all one another everyone i want to get to the chuck replied feel back in turnover four and they had a lot of times with a driver like calle yarbrough richard petty has been of his business a long time.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

"With the with your win it cardinals turned for it was but it was down to the average the pedro as a ways back to the start that is liven really won't be to battle for the mark topkin sleep at the wide to take it back to the turnover one trevor morris how does awful wallace now down eichel again nothing between that was already you know here we know which normally indicates the time when right exploded is he went to the wall and as you say stewart stop it's kind of the road there will be no costa nascar officials will record of it hadn't a bit we got that right removing there is a lot of room to get around trevor boys current somewhat have been the conversation on the nascar officials radio is such that if they dropped the caution everybody would roster that that likely have a bigger mess that may have right now it's trevor boys car is the race track why decision leave the field on your green and we'll stay racing here it looks world marte as a leader you have two point six seconds over joe rodman right now is he worked out of a little better them straight away back to the third spot while the al's will ride ricky run was on the fourth out of owners at the heart of really getting it done has that with a special every year running well the other day not only did you feel like you have to be both of atlanta are just about seven or eight other carson of suddenly got together on short right yesterday cb running the best on the field lasted about that around layout running good you know i'm not they need me you know they big gap you know anything different it means one atlanta at their wow again right and indycar we have a good day you know with a right now that he goes of the he over the week coming up on back they already have we don't have one hundred last march the battle provide spot just decided in favor of billing elliott has worked underneath the people on ultimately all terry labonte there are twelve cars on the leave lap at one hundred lapse is the race leader watch of his second body allison right check that joe rapid is now the second place car walter is third body hours of is a fourth place machine ricky right at first for the field.

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"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"joe rapid" Discussed on Classic Races

"Number one position to leading bennie parsons in joe run he told us yesterday that you can make up a lot of this did some speed on this race track if you're willing to risk a little bit in the corners and drive the car awfully hard they're gonna drive where you can get on the with a short that's right away from that they turned my we have if you really hall who ignore you make of them sometimes you're in a thorn of is going to go edge managed the you're gon go that this but atlanta you can also of our remnant corner to pick up a little bit of hamilton before the better hustle because the field is coming after him years neal bottom back to the stripe again to put another lap on the board to sixty four complete of the three twenty eight that make up the distance right now the analysts but belied between the leader in the rest of the field back in turn to joe rapid is there like a pesky i thought behind bennett plan they shouldn't get est like they are closing in on the all time the back to where you talk about strategy you talk about handling into the end of the bargain always comes down with three point you got eight i've got their leading all one another everyone i want to get to the czech replied feel back in turnover four and they had a lot of times with a driver like calle yarbrough richard petty has been of his business a long time know they still have plenty of time to get it done and the left post route runner scouting use up their went one of these final laughs back to play rule out of it was more to do that was one of the ground a couple of you know the rest of the way nothing that maybe not and more number nine to pick brooks them build elliot definitely will try on jrue if one gambles they almost all have to gamble because if you get you automatically lose a race bottom still in front parsons ride to the number two spot is about the marlies back there back and one right now what drivers but driving is not out all afternoon closing in on a leaders not ready baker of the would rather not only it's about that right right right but not the down the number.

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